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St Matthews CofE Primary School

St Matthew's

Church of England Primary School

"Our vision is to enable our whole school community to live life in all its fullness." based on John 10:10

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  • 25/03/19


    Year 3 have enjoyed some art lessons by local art students from Roehampton University. Last week, they explored the medium of clay and created a piece which had meaning for them. This week, they painted a background for their clay creation.      
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  • 13/03/19

    Turquoise loved World Book Day

    We all enjoyed relaxing in our pj's and reading our favourite books.     
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  • 22/01/19


    Creative ideas to learn Multiplication.
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  • 14/09/18

    Welcome to KS2, Year 3

    The children have settled well and most of them are familiar with the new routines in their classroom. We have enjoyed exploring our book Shh! we have a plan by Chris Haughton. We are covering place value in Maths and children have had fun manipulating numbers in a variety of ways.
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  • 11/07/18

    Gurdwara Trip

    As part of our RE curriculum, we have been learning about Sikhism. We were fortunate enough to be able to spend some time in the Gurdwara in Kingston. We were welcomed on our arrival and were introduced to the customs when entering the room where the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) is kept...
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  • 08/06/18

    Go Turquoise & Emerald!

    KS2 sports day was not to be missed! The children all proved they are budding athletes with excellent sportsmanship. They cheered each other on and supported one another throughout the day. We’re incredibly proud of them. The parents showed up in tremendous force and it was lovely to see and h...
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  • 16/05/18

    Sunflowers by van Gogh

    Sunflowers represented happiness for Van Gogh. We looked at some of his paintings and discussed his emotions when creating them. Mindful music helped us create our own masterpiece.
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  • 09/05/18

    Turquoise Reading Tree

    You may have noticed that we now have a tree in our classroom. Our book corner has been taken over by a mass of foliage. Each leaf has a book related question. With thirty questions to answer, we will be busy searching the books in the book corner and library for the answers.
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